Interest of Areas

The 9th HCET-24 offers rapid dissemination of new results in major areas of hydraulic engineering and civil engineering technology with short, original, peer-reviewed communications. She covers the latest research including Hydraulic Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Construction Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Transdisciplinary Engineering.

Criteria used in determining acceptability of contributions include newsworthiness to a substantial part of the civil engineering community and the effect of rapid publication on the research of others. This conference proceeding published once each year, is where readers look for the latest discoveries in civil engineering.

The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics

Hydraulic Engineering

Coastal and Maritime Hydraulics; Dam Hydraulics and Safety; Computational Hydraulics and Turbulent flows; Water Resources and Climate Change; Fluvial Hydraulics and Waterway Navigation; Water Quality and Ecohydraulics ;Watershed Hydrology and Management; Sediment Transport and Reservoir Sedimentation; Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport; Hydropower and Sustainable Energy; Urban Flooding and Drainage; Advances in Laboratory Measurements and Instrumentation; Field Measurements and Data Collection.

Structural Engineering

Theory of structures; structural dynamics; structural stability; monitoring, active and passive control of civil constructions; identification and structural diagnosis; wind-, ground- and fluid-structure interactions; masonry, steel and concrete constructions; timber engineering; assessment, reliability and optimization of structures; strengthening and retrofitting of existing structures; Special equipments

Geotechnical Engineering

Soil dynamics; Engineering behaviour of soil and rock; Slope stability; dams; Rock engineering; Environmental geotechnics; Geosynthetics; Discrete Element Modelling; Soil/Structure Interaction

Construction Engineering

Construction management; performance-based design; construction material handling; material selection; surface modification; fabrication; ancient architecture; infrastructure production; computer applications in CE; construction pollution control.

Environmental Engineering

Air pollution management; contaminant fate and transport; environmental risk assessment and management; environmental acoustic; environmental sensors; industrial ecology; sustainability; complex and adaptive systems; environment and energy engineering.

Transdisciplinary Engineering

Survey and geo-spatial engineering; Building information modelling (BIM); Sustainable information modelling; Building materials and technologies; Smart metering and energy monitoring devices; Integrative BIM-enabled management system; ICT for construction project management; Smart Construction/Building

Notice: Topics out of conference areas will be rejected.